Caregivers are still staying in as society reopens from coronavirus shutdowns -- fearing they'll infect their loved ones
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PHILADELPHIA — As the coronavirus restrictions were lifted this summer, many young people flocked to reopened restaurants and bars, or planned backyard barbecues with friends they hadn’t seen in months.But not Christina Young. The 29-year-old is healthy, but her 20-month-old son, Jackson, has cystic fibrosis, a progressive lung disease that can turn a cold into a severe infection. If he got the coronavirus, he could suffer severe lung damage.So for Young, reopening meant only more anxiety. She, her partner, and Jackson remain isolated in their Cherry Hill, N.J., home, going out only for Jackso...

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